L'attualità del mercato dell'arte di Robert GOBER (1954)

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Top Contemporary Sculptures [20/07/2018]

Our fortnightly series of theme-based auction rankings keeps you up to date on the secondary market’s best results. This week’s Friday Top article looks at the highest bids for works of Contemporary sculpture over the last 12 months. Rang Artiste Adjudication ($) œuvre Vente 1 Jeff KOONS (1955) 22 812 500$ Play-Doh 17/05/2018 Christie’s New York 2 […]

The Top Ten contemporary sculptures [19/08/2016]

It’s Top Ten Friday! Every other Friday, Artprice ranks the most important pieces ever sold at auction. This week the ranking focuses on the most desirable contemporary sculptures of the last 12 months. The Top Ten contemporary sculptures Rank Artist Hammer Price Artwork Sale 1 Maurizio CATTELAN (1960) $17,189,000 Him (2001) 2016-05-08 Christie’s New York […]

Flash News: the year of Robert Gober – Hokusai in Paris – Rembrandt in London [05/09/2014]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: the year of Robert Gober – Hokusai in Paris – Rembrandt in London

Mixed results in New York [26/05/2009]

At the end of the first quarter of 2009, the global art market price index showed a 10% contraction. But in New York City, host to some of the world’s most prestigious art sales, the crisis is being felt particularly hard: the same index shows a 35% local contraction since January 2008.

Christie’s and Sotheby’s prepare their prestige May sales in New York [04/05/2009]

The market is holding its breath ahead of the critical May sales in New York that will inevitably gauge the health of the Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary segments.As expected, the price tags are substantially lower than a year earlier in all three segments

Contemporary sculpture in excellent shape [15/06/2008]

In the contemporary art field, sculpture, and particularly the offshoot known as ‘installations’, is currently enjoying a high level of market interest. At the top end, collectors are now paying tens of millions of dollars for monumental works by the likes of Koons, Hirst and Murakami. Artprice takes a look at this high profile segment of the market occupied by young artists, all born after 1945.In less than a year, the number of 7-figure (sometimes 8 …) auction sales involving three dimensional works has substantially increased. In 2007, 14 works sold for over a million dollars; in the first six months of 2008, we are already at 18…

Contemporary art market: Christie’s beats the record for an art auction with USD 133.7 million [12/05/2005]

On 12 May 2005, Christie’s set a new record for a contemporary art auction, generating USD 31.7 million more than the existing record of USD 102.7 million also set by Christie’s last year. It only took 65 lots to reach USD 133.7 million. As spectacular, 17 records were beaten during this evening session alone. The record-breakers include notably Franz Kline, Edward Hopper, James Rosenquist, Elizabeth Peyton, Richard Prince and Peter Doig.

Contemporary photography: +35% in 2004 [21/03/2005]

In the mid-1990s, paintings were the only medium in the art market that investors considered of any speculative interest. But recently, with growing demand and a wave of artistic renewal, other creative formats have proved as, or more, lucrative than paintings. The photography market has been expanding rapidly for the past five years and is today one of the art world’s fastest-growth segments.

Contemporary art auctions in New York reassure the market with 34 records in three days [24/11/2002]

In a tense economic climate, contemporary art auctions in New York are proving stronger than modern art and impressionist art sales. The evening auctions may have been unexceptional. But Sotheby’s and Christie’s still managed some reassuring surprises, generally in the less prestigious later sessions, when prices for some artists showed real growth and some of them turned out to be impressive records.

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